OCTOBER 2001 - Heritage Ezine - Year II, No. 10
San Giovanni ad Insulam, on a small hill 50 km from the Adriatic, just below the highest peak in the Apennines, is a pleasant surprise for the art lover.
The Acquaviva family, originating in Germany, came down to Italy in the 10th century, in the Marquisate of Ancona, then later on obtained large areas in Abruzzo,
"L'Unica Vera Lettera di N. S. Gesù Cristo", courtesy of Ben Lariccia, supposedly an eyewitness account of the Crucifixion conferring health and good luck to women in childbirth.
Traversata Campo Felice - Valle del Salto, a wonderful excursion for the fall season, leading to the solitary, high-altitude Lago della Duchessa
720 names of towns and villages in the 13th century, when King Charles I of Anjou divided the Justitieratus Aprutii into the Two Provinces of Aprutium Citra and Aprutium Ultra
Our proposals this month a "Timballo di Riso con Funghi" and a very ancient cake recipe called "Baci delle Monache".
All the "CapoFuochi", in alphabetical order by surname with their profession, from Pacentro, Province of Aquila, a very large center, dated 1753 (p.20)
Liber matrimonium 1692 - 1801 San Marco di Preturo, over 200 records with names of groom and bride.
All the "CapoFuochi" in the Catasto Pre-Onciario of Rocca Calascio, Year 1650 about. the population some 50 years later left the village for nearby settlements.
All the "CapoFuochi", in alphabetical order by surname, from Morino, Province of Aquila, a small village at the borderwith the state of the Church.
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